BT writes: Now of course Square Enix is no stranger to the iOS platform, having released any number of original titles (perhaps the most prominent of which being the Chaos Ring series) and classic titles (such as Final Fantasy Tactics and Chrono Trigger) in the past. With Final Fantasy Dimensions however the company has a game that is in some respects representative of both aspects of its mobile strategy. The game is wholly original, telling a new story set in an original world that has been split into darkness and light and featuring two separate groups of playable characters,the Warriors of Light and the Warriors of Darkness. The gameplay and graphics featured in the game however are clearly deliberate throwbacks to the classic 8-bit and 16-bit era Final Fantasy games. It’s an intriguing enough approach and while Square Enix has tried this kind of idea before (most notably with Final Fantasy IV: The After Years), my own experience with FFD at E3 this year made it clear just how much time and effort Square really has put forth this time around.